Tavira, Portugal | Portugal Special Report
Tavira is an ancient town in southeastern Portugal, found where the Atlantic Ocean meets a sun-blessed stretch of coastline peppered with islands and lagoons. It’s a river town, spliced by the River Gilao, with attractive squares full of restaurants, cafés, and social buzz on either side.
Tavira is relatively small, with a population of 28,000 people. Forming part of that number are more and more expats who hail from Sweden, Italy, France, Germany, Britain, and more recently, Canada and the United States. They’re drawn in by Tavira’s offer of easy, peaceful living in what is considered to be the Algarve’s most charming town.
Discover Tavira in this Portugal Special Report.